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 Post subject: Bob Lind perspective DVD
PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:55 pm 
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Bob has had a film made about his life i really enjoyed it and i highly recommend it

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http://www.boblind.com/LindDVD.html

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I remember my mum constantly playing "Elusive Butterfly" when i was a kid and it still makes the hairs on your neck stand up.
I confess,i don't know much more about Bob,but will seek out the DVD.

Anyone who is not familiar with the tune,here's a clip on his website playing with RH.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7MsrjgR8hM

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There's a really good Ace Records compilation CD of Bob's songs - well worth acquiring.

The gig he did a few years back at the Luminaire (Richard joined him for a couple of songs) was really good - I've been a Lind fan for a long, long time and I used to drive my sister's mad playing Elusive Butterfly over and over (one retaliated with Wuthering Heights . . . .).

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sorry about the size of the pic :oops: Bob is ace.....the end...i can't recommend him high enough

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Spillin over is a beautiful song...had never heard of him before so thanks for the recommendation


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